The Data Center’s Role in Building a Sustainable Future

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The volume of energy the data industry uses positions it to be a leader in promoting renewable energy and a series of resource efficiencies that can lessen the industry’s environmental impact. This white paper from QTS delves into how data centers and the colocation industry can move us toward a more sustainable future. 

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The connected, always-on world we live in relies on data centers to operate, grow and succeed. As the internet and our need for connectivity continue to expand, so will the data center market. Already rivaling the airline industry in carbon emissions, the data center industry has an escalating responsibility to implement forward-looking initiatives that conserve energy and water, and minimize waste.

The volume of energy the industry uses positions it to be a leader in promoting renewable energy and a series of resource efficiencies that can lessen the industry’s environmental impact. As key enterprises step up to promote sustainability, data centers can—and should—join their voices to pave a path for environmentally focused efficiencies and more sustainable years to come. Data centers without a future-looking sustainability strategy have may have a lot to lose.

This white paper from QTS delves into how data centers and the colocation industry can move us toward a more sustainable future.